Alright here are some more magazine scans donated by EBook30. Included in this issue is Elle Canada – September 2010, Movie Scope – Mar-April 2010 and Rolling Stone Russia – August 2010. I know a lot of you want to read the article in Rolling Stone unfortunately these scans are in Russian. If anyone has the english version to August’s Rolling Stone we would love to have the scans!
According to E! Online,Inception has earned about $570 million so far and, per Forbes, is expected by analysts to bank closer to $750 million before it’s all over. DiCaprio has earned more than $50 million of that—so far; the cash is still piling up over at his place—not by a simple, traditional paycheck, but with a much rarer arrangement.According to Forbes, DiCaprio’s Inception haul marks his biggest payday yet.
IslandCrisis has released their Top 10 Leonardo DiCaprio Movies. Starting with, Inception (2010),Shutter Island (2010),The Departed (2006),Titanic (1997),Blood Diamond (2006),What’s Eating Gilbert Grape (1993),Aviator (2004),Catch Me If You Can (2002),This Boy’s Life (1993), and Marvins Room (1996). What are your top 10 Leo movies?
?IMDb has released their top 250 Movie list of all time voted by the users of IMDb. Coming in at No.1 is The Shawshank Redemption (1994), at No.2 is The Godfather (1972).What is the No.3 Movie you ask? Inception! Yes that is correct, Inception comes in at No.3 with a rank of 9.0. and 156,600+ votes! Congratulations Inception!
Yet again here is another set of scans donated by EBook30. This set is from the August 2010 issue of Celuloide Digital.
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Up one spot from Friday, the Christopher Nolan-Leonardo DiCaprio thriller/sci-fier Inception scored $11.37m at no. 4 following a 38.6% attendance drop from the previous weekend.Inception has grossed $248.55m. It’ll pass the $250m mark either on Monday or Tuesday.
I was searching YouTube, and came across this video of a Young Leo in a Bubble Yum commercial! I thought it was so cute, I just had to share it with you all.Once again,Leo news is slow. So Enjoy this video!
I guess its true that Leonardo DiCaprio hasn’t cracked a smile on screen in about a hundred years. Or so it seems, especially if you’ve been loyally heading out to the multiplexes for all his recent films, including, of course, “Inception,” which has exactly one good joke in the entire movie, coming when one of its characters asks, ”Whose subconscious are we going into exactly?”
So I suspect my colleague, Times film critic Betsy Sharkey, has found plenty of people who agree with her provocative piece in today’s paper, which is succinctly headlined: “Lighten up, Leo!” (I’ve added the exclamation point, because, well, I knew that’s what Betsy really had in mind.) After citing all of DiCaprio’s ultra-serious movies from the past few years, Sharkey says: “Suffice it to say that there are more than enough dark endeavors to turn that deep worry line already etching its way between his brows into a veritable chasm. Besides, wouldn’t it be nice to see DiCaprio’s dazzling smile, the one that crinkles those aquamarine eyes so winningly, on something besides the Jumbotron at Lakers games?”
But why is DiCaprio so intent on starring in such dark films? And why, as Sharkey wonders, is he so reluctant to play a sexy rake or charming conman, as he did in “Titanic” and “Catch Me If You Can”? I think the answer is pretty obvious, especially if you look at the two actors who clearly had the biggest influence on DiCaprio’s career–Robert De Niro and Johnny Depp. As it turns out, DiCaprio, who turns 36 in November, isn’t really taking a career path that’s so different from other gifted actors at his age, notably De Niro and Depp. When you’re young, especially as an actor or a musician, you’re often obsessively curious about the dark corners of the world–it feels like going for laughs is a betrayal of your gifts as an artist.
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